#BeAGameChanger Awards 2015

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The Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGameChanger Awards recognise those individuals and organisations doing the most to progress women’s sport. 

Winners announced.

The #BeAGameChanger Awards 2015 has now closed – you can read more about each of the finalists by clicking on the links below.

Read more about the winners here

finalistsSporting Role Model/s  

thegym-logoAn elite athlete or team who has used their influence to raise the visibility and increase the impact of women’s sport.  More people value, participate in, watch and support women’s sport because of them.

This award has been kindly sponsored by The Gym Group.

finalistsAmbassador of Women’s Sport

MATRIX_LOGO plainA leading figure who has achieved real, significant and lasting change for women’s sport.  This person is a game-changing decision maker and/or influencer who has improved the way in which women’s sport works.

This award has been kindly sponsored by Matrix Fitness.

finalistsInspiring Initiative

A project, campaign or enterprise that proves how irresistible women’s sport can be. An initiative that inspires others to value, engage in, watch and support women’s sport.

finalistsInspiring Participation

inclusionatlloydsA project, campaign or enterprise that inspires women and girls to get physically involved in sport themselves. More people actively participate in sport because of this compelling initiative.

This award has been kindly sponsored by Inclusion@Lloyd’s

finalistsMedia Organisation of the Year

30perecentclub_PPThe organisation that has had the greatest impact on increasing the quality, range and visibility of media coverage relating to women’s sport.  They have set an example in establishing women’s sport as a valuable media proposition.

This award has been kindly sponsored by 30 Percent Club.

finalistsJournalist of the Year

PROMOTE logo FINAL_black&violetAwarded to the individual journalist responsible for the most compelling coverage of women’s sport throughout the year.  The quality of their journalism has helped to raise the profile and credibility of women’s sport in the UK.

This award has been kindly sponsored by Promote PR.

finalistsImagery of the Year

KPMGThe photograph/s, film or visual campaign that most brilliantly represents women and / or girls in sport.  The image/s showcase what women and girls are capable of and help to challenge stereotypes.

This award has been kindly sponsored by KPMG.

LfinalistsSponsorship of the Year

A partnership between sport and business that has resulted in the most exciting new sponsorship in women’s sport.  This Award recognises the vital role of sponsorship in raising the profile and increasing the impact of women’s sport.

This award has been kindly sponsored by activbod.